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A local pajama company has somehow found itself in bed with LACMA. As the LA Times reports, Bedhead Pajamas has come out with a collection of PJs and table linens done in a fabric originally designed in 1954 by Paul László (which is on display in the museum's popular “California Design, 1930–1965: Living in a Modern Way” exhibition). The loungewear has made its way to Bedhead's shop windows on Third Street; and the collection, which includes men's, women's and children's, is also available at the museum's gift shop and online at bedheadpjs.com and shop.lacma.org.
Apparently, there's a market for art-inspired sleepwear. Owner Renee Claire Bertrand remarked, "The collaborative products have been selling remarkably well, which points to the possibility of doing numerous projects of this kind, with a variety of museums."
· Bedhead X LACMA: Spend a night at the museum in Paul Laszlo PJs [LAT]